February 4 street date. Hollis Brown's latest album, "In The Aftermath", is the deliciously depraved outcome of an all-night rock 'n' roll riot. The Queens, New York-based quintet escaped to the Poconos to record with a few handles of whiskey, and, in one 24-hour session, ran down the Stones' seminal first album of all originals, 1966's "Aftermath". On "In The Aftermath", Hollis Brown doesn't try to out-Stones the Stones. Instead, they find clever ways to salute the Stones legacy. Tracked live in the studio with minimal overdubs, "In The Aftermath" is potent proof the five-piece group is one of the last great American rock 'n' roll bands. "In The Aftermath" is the second in a casual homage series. Previously, Hollis Brown issued "Gets Loaded", saluting The Velvet Underground's "Loaded". This new album directly follows the band's most successful release yet, 2019's "Ozone Park", which earned rave reviews from Rolling Stone, Billboard, Paste Magazine, Pop Matters, Relix, and Goldmine.